Found April 05, 2013 on
That NBA Lottery Pick:
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a rather interesting Sprint commercial starring Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant.Well, last night TNT's Reggie Miller made a reference to that commercial after Durant threw down a nasty one-handed dunk in the fourth quarter against the San Antonio Spurs:(Courtesy of Next Impulse Sports)
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OKLAHOMA CITY, April 5 –At times it did not look like a competitive game as Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant combined for 52 points Thursday in helping Oklahoma City take out San Antonio 100-88.
Check out this video of Kevin Durant taking it to the hoop with authority.
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Kevin Durant’s dunk is nothing out of the ordinary or deserving of a single dedicated post, but there is enough of a reason for one, if you stayed to watch the entire video and caught Reggie Miller delivering the key line “MOMMY GOT SOME THINGS FOR DADDY TO DO,” (with the same raw sexuality intended in the commercial) of the Kevin Durant NBA Sprint mobile “pajamas” commercial...
Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder took control of the Western Conference with a 100-88 win over the San Antonio Spurs.
While the possible ramifications over who will play who and home court advantage should e the topic of conversation with the Thunder moving into the No. 1 seed for the West, talk is centering more on Reggie Miller's odd choice of words following...
The Oklahoma City Thunder are fighting for the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. Kevin Durant is currently leading the NBA in scoring, but his top priority is getting back to the NBA Finals and erasing the feeling of falling a few games short of an NBA championship. Carmelo Anthony is hot on his heels for the scoring crown, but Durant doesn’t seem concerned about it.
We spend a lot of time discussing Russell Westbrook’s fashion choices. At this point for me, there’s not a lot of new information there. So let’s talk about another area with Russ, what type of boyfriend is he? Russ has been dating Nina Earl since they both attended UCLA and played hoops there. Currently Nina is earning her Masters Degree in Psychology, that’s what he likes...
Kevin Durant overcame a bruised left calf to score 34 points and
Russell Westbrook added 24 points, leading the Oklahoma City
Thunder to a 97-75 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Friday.
Believe it or not, the one accolade you’d expect Carmelo Anthony to have, he doesn’t. Many have attached the label of best all-around scorer to Anthony’s name for several years now. Melo can take you inside or out and is a beast on the offensive end. Even Kobe Bryant gave Melo praise as he said he’s the toughest player for him to guard.
This season Carmelo has his best shot...
Turner and CNN at the Final Four- Turner Sports and CNN will partner on CNN All Access at the Final Four, a live one-hour special on Saturday, April 6, at 3:00 p.m. ET from Turner Studios in Atlanta. Rachel Nichols and Turner Sports’ Reggie Miller will co-host the show. NBC’s Road to the Kentucky Derby has Santa Anita Derby and
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Kevin Durant overcame a bruised left calf to score 34 points and Russell Westbrook added 24 points, leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 97-75 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Friday.
Oklahoma City (56-20) has won three straight to move into a tie with San Antonio for the top seed in the Western Conference.
The win capped an impressive back-to-back sweep...
The red-hot runs of Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks are set for a major challenge - a visit to Oklahoma City.
Anthony squares off with the only player ahead of him in the scoring race as his Knicks, riding the third-longest winning streak in franchise history, look to make a big statement Sunday against Kevin Durant and the Thunder.
While Oklahoma City is battling San Antonio...
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